Gene Vincent And His Blue Caps-The Bop Just Won’t Stop (1956)-LP-1974-Axis/EMI Australia reissue-AX.1059 (Rare EMI Records Australia 1982 reissue of the 1974/1980 Capitol Records releases on the EMI label Axis. ).
Part of the original rockabilly movement in the 1950s, singer/guitarist Johnny Carroll issued several oft-overlooked yet classic singles for the Decca label, including such titles as "Crazy, Crazy Lovin," "Wild, Wild Women," and "Hot Rocks.
ONE OF THE GREAT MUSICIANS OF NEW ZEALAND HERE WITH A OZ REISSUE BY AXIS OF ONE OF HIS BEST 60'S ALBUMS: "BEAT OF POLYNESIA" (ORIGINALLY VIKING RECORDS). PETER POSA & THE ISLANDERS. THE BEAT OF POLYNESIA.
Floyd Robinson was a one-hit wonder who cracked the Top 20 in 1959 with "Makin' Love," a memorable ditty made more so by Robinson's unique voice. His subsequent recordings occasionally recycled snippets of melody and lyrics from "Makin' Love," but unlike the usual retreads of the era, these songs -- "Mother Nature," "Tattle Tale," and "The Art of Making Love" -- stand on their own merits.